UPDATED APRIL 3, 2020
Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley modified his Executive Order (PDF), effective through April 30, 2020.
It includes the following language: "All persons currently residing within the incorporated and unincorporated territory of Tarrant County shall stay at their place of residence, except as allowed by this Order. All persons may leave their residences only for Essential Travel, Essential Services, and Essential Activities, to work in or access Essential Businesses, Government Service, or Essential Critical Infrastructure, or to perform Minimum Basic Operations, as defined below."
And, "All public or private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household or living unit are prohibited, except as otherwise provided herein. Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits the gathering of members of a household or living unit nor does it prohibit any gathering expressly permitted by Order GA-14. "
View all restrictions, facility closures, event cancellations, and service level adjustments relating to COVID-19 at www.cityofkennedale.com/covid19.
View the City Hall closure notice (posted on all facility doors) and Mayor Brian Johnson’s current Declaration of Public Health Emergency at www.cityofkennedale.com/stayhome. Paragraph 7 on page 3 states that "This declaration shall adopt for the City of Kennedale all current ... and future rules, regulations and limitations issued by Tarrant County and the State of Texas contained in executive orders or disaster declarations issued by those entities for the Coronavirus Disease 2020 public health emergency as applicable to the City of Kennedale. In the event of a conflict between the rules, regulations and limitations issued by Tarrant County and the State of Texas, the more restrictive of the rules, regulations and limitations shall be adopted."
Until further notice, the City of Kennedale will recognize the more restrictive of the rules adopted by Tarrant County and/or the State of Texas.